Retailers including Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond reportedly brought down my masters after its founder, Mike Lyndell, appeared at the White House last week to discuss alleged election fraud with President Trump.
Lindell, who was photographed at the White House on Friday carrying documents that reportedly contained notes on conspiracy theories related to the election, said in an interview with the conservative Right Side Broadcasting Network that “two companies have pulled out” from selling his bedding products.
He didn’t specify the companies, but said, “It’s always been good, not like Target, which is the worst company, and the things they’ve done to me.”
“I just turned off the phone with Bed Bath & Beyond. They’re dropping my pillow. I just got off the phone not five minutes ago.” All these places, according to WCCO, the Minnesota CBS affiliate where My Pillow is based, in Kohl’s, said Different. ”These [companies]They are scared, like Bed Bath & Beyond, they are scared. They were good partners. In fact, I told them, “You come anytime you want.”
In a written statement, a Bed Bath & Beyond spokesperson appeared to indicate that MyPillow’s sales were weak and failed to link its decision to getting rid of the policy.
A company spokesperson said, “As we announced earlier, we have rationalized our group to discontinue a number of underperforming elements and brands.” “This includes the MyPillow product line. Our decisions are data-driven and customer-driven, and are driving significant growth in our major destination categories. “
Kohl’s did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Nor did my pillow immediately respond to a request for comment.
Nine My Pillow products, including sheets, mattresses, and pillows, were listed on Bed Bath & Beyond on Tuesday while Kohl’s lists My Pillow for $ 80 to $ 90.
Lindell also came under fire from Dominion Voting Systems for publicly claiming that her voting machines were rigged and contributed to the loss of the President’s election.
On January 8, the company stated a cease and desist letter from Dominion, “The Dominion has been falsely accused of fraud and“ stealing millions of votes, ”according to the four-page letter sent by the company’s lawyers.” The defamation campaign against Dominion was relentless, You have taken advantage of your social media followers to do the most damage to Dominion’s good reputation. ”